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East Iowa Church Buck Creek , , P Methodht Church Hat Sponsored Fair for SO Years , l Tho Omlii HOPKINTON Buck Creek Methodist church will ob ' serve Tuesday the 5Qth n-nlveriary of an unusual event a church-sponsored community fair, ' More than 100 years old, the congregation .has since 1909 sponsored an annual fair and homecoming which . yearly attracts hundreds of persons. The 50th annual Buck Creek fair, tike Its predeces sors, will feature a fried 353rd In the series. chicken dinner in a grove of trees near the church,exhl-. bition booths and sporting events. The church is on a county road half way between Hop-kinton and ky&n. It serves a territory extending several miles In each direction. Pioneer Methodists of the area conducted their first services In a log schoolhouse a short distance northeast of the present church site. Union Mite. A few years prior to the Civil war they constructed a 28 by 36-foot building on Upper Buck creek, a mile or more north of the present site. This served until 1875. The present building was completed and dedicated debt-free in the summer of 1875, when the Rev. M. F. Smedley was pastor. It measured 32x57 and cost nearly 52,000. An early organization of the church was the Union Mite Society, organized by women of the church to help pay for and equip the church. A Sunday school X I 1 1 C7 BUCK CREEK METHODIST, NEAR HOPKINTON A and missionary society were organized soon after the church was built. Some years later buck Creek church became part of a charge served by 11 pastors from Delhi. During this period the church was re-shingled, a steel celling installed and the church painted. In 1906 Buck Creek church became part of the Ryan charge, and in 1909 it became part of the Hopkinton charge. A revival increased interest in the church in 1911, and in 1914 a community can vass raised $1,000 to help support a resident pastor, The Rev. J. G. Chalice was appointed. Pastors. The congregation bought back the original parsonage and 16 acres of land, and erected the present parsonage. That same year new windows were placed in the church as a memorial to L. B. Stanger, Pastors in the succeeding years included the Revs. W. N. Baker, W. A. Odell, A. R. Grant (father of Bishop A Raymond Grant), O. J. Fel-ter, Virgil Welch, Roscoe Sires, H. E. Morrow, who was a state representative while at Buck Creek, D. V. Buler, L. J. Faris, David Saunders and Ralph Darmstadt. Present pastor, who arrived this year, is the Rev. Milton Beeman. In 1923 Buck Creek consolidated school was constructed just west of the parsonage, leaving many of the one-room schools in the area vacant. Origin of Fair. The ladies' aid society purchased one of these, moved it to a site near the church and added a kitchen so that it could be used for a dining room, recreation room and Sunday school room, la later years new pews wer purchased, the walls resurfaced and the altar re modeled. In 1949 the church was moved back 30 feet from the road and set on a new foundation and basement which provided a dining room, kitchen and other facilities. A 320 acre farm waa willed to the church by the Smith sisters, It later waa traded for the Warren Winch farm, smaller and easier to rent. The fair was started by members of the C.I.C. the Class in the corner," It originally consisted of teenage girls, but boys later were admitted. The first fair In Moulton's Grove consisted of booths representing different coun tries. Most popular was saic to be the one in which Negro Mammy" aerved hot cornmeal pancakes and syrup. In an early year the chicken dinner cost 35 cents for all you could eat. Each year there are displays of agricultural products, fancy work, baked goods and flowers. The Methodist Youth Fellowship puts on an evening show. Each year there Is a parade. Sports available include foot races, high jump and penny scramble." Additions to the church property in recent years have included a lighted base ball diamond, a new carpet, a public address system, an outside lighted cross and other smaller items. It is known as a family church, with family members attending services together. The members hope to continue it as the center of community life, in spite of changes brought about by school reorganization. Two Urge End of Tax Exemption By Tom Kenshaw, if Moiiiloa Wriur. SHOULD churches pay taxes? The Rev. Eugene Carson Blake, chief administrative officer of the United Pres byterlan Church, sayi they should for the good of the churches. Morton V. BJorkqulst of St. Paul, Minn., a member of the board of social mis sions of the Augustana Lutheran Church, also says they should for the good of the state. Dr, Blake, writing In the Protestant bi-monthly magazine Christianity Today," says tax-free churches could, in 100 years, control the whole national economy. The present tax exemp tion, says Dr. Blake, if continued, could present the state with problems of such magnitude that their only solution will be revolution ary expropriation of church property." At various times In the last 3 centuries, he contends, the wealth of the churches was partly responsible for such expropriations In England, France, Italy, Mexico, Russia, Czechoslovakia and Hungary. A government with mounting tax problems, he writes, cannot be expected to keep its hands off the wealth of a rich church forever. That such a revolution is always accompanied by anticlericalism and atheism should not be surprising. Lutheran Layman Bjork-quist, addressing a confer- phasized ths, duty of the churches to pay a fair share of the cost of government services. Ws demand fire protection, police protection, good roads and many other services to make our work easier and attractive to the community, he sad. We expect free use of public facilities, auch at auditoriums and parks, whenever our own facilities are Inadequate, Is there any reason why we should not bear our share of the cost which our demands create? Even as Dr. .Blake and BJorkqul'st made known their views, an indirect church tax exemption was quietly removed in Florida. It's expected to cost churches In the Greater Miami area about $60,000 a year. Under an old law, contractors erecting churches, schools or government and charitable buildings were exempted from a sales tax on building materials. The recent Florida legis-ative session knocked out chat section of the law. The $60,000 estimated extra cost the sales tax on the annual average of $2,000,000 in church conatruction in Greater Miami. Churches in Florida still can claim the exemption by purchasing their own material, a herculean task for a church. Th Ctdif Rtpldi Ctifllfi IUL Am. I. mi j Mission Teacher Will Present Talk Sunday Miss Betty Navratil, Cedar Rapids native who taught ast year in Lebanon, will speak Sunday in Hus Memorial Presbyterian church. A member of the church, ASSEMBLY OF GOD. I New Jerusalem-1027 6th First 1101 Oakland rd. SE. H. Bassett. S. S. 10:3 NE. L. N. Huffman. S.S. 10.serv. 12. Eve. 8. Serv. 11. Eve. 7:30. Centra 218 A ave. NW. CHURCH OF GOD. P. Bell. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 11. Ellis Park-726 L ave. NW, Eve. 7:30. 1 Earl OsneS. S.S. 9:45. Serv, 10:45. Eve. 7:30. BAPTIST. Prairie Street (N.A.) 333 First (ABC) 1200 2nd ave. Prairie st NE. Harold Jus SE. James M. Webb.yS.S.Jtice. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 11. serv. 9. ( Dairy Dale-(BGCA)408 EPISCOPAL. Mt. Vernon rd. SE. The Grace 525 A ave. NE, Rev. Louis Goldberg. S.S, Rector Thomas S. Hulme 10. Serv. 11. Eve. 7. Communion 8. S.S., sung Calvary (Cons.) 1203 3rd mass 10. Human Power anc ave. SW. Don L Andersen. Gods Pity. S.S. 9:40. Serv. 11. What st. Johns-355 19th st SE, Happens After Death. Eve. h. A. Loferski. Communion 7. The Song of Trumpets. 8. S.S., serv. 10. Mt ZIn-(NBC) 824 8tfi st Michael - Kenwood stSE. Percy Burt S.S. 9:45. LchooU 0ffice 4018 Serv. 11. NE. James R. Gundrum, Berean 5037 Center Point -e ,PPV Q rd. NE. Glen V. High. S. S,1 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7:30. Cedar (BBF) 749 Old Marion rd. NE. William L. Smith. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. Eve.j 7:30. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN. Salem 227 1st ave. SW. Leonard E. Deaver. S.S Edgewoo d (BGCAJEj 9: 45. Faith 1004 30th st NE. Hubert LZ Sunderman. S.S, ave., Edgewood rd. Fred T. Miller. S.S. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7. Noelridge (Cons.) Golf, -' 30. Serv. 9:30, Clifton NE. Richard Krenz. Buffalo Blairs Ferry rd. S. S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. NE. Samuel J. Hahn. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. CATHOLIC. Union Ely rd. SW. Byron St Ludmila - 211 21st Sulface. S.S. 10. Serv. 9:30. ave. SW. Msgr.. Frank R. st Andrew -324 7th st Hruby, Raphael Ludwig. SE Dr w z Henline. S.S Masses 45 8, 10v llt30. Serv. 10. -p AUW12Chttiak Sharon-831 18th ave. SW, f nW ralter Cerka. S.S. 9:30. Louis J Trzil, ddroncolc a,aa cn Frana. Masses 6, 8, 10, 11:30. J 8'3 L y S All Saints Dalewood, 29th uay SE. Edmund J. Becker, John. i imirp am P. Ptacek. Masses 6. 8. 9. t 10:30, 11:30. 7 1363 c? St Patrick 500 1st ave.Pve SW. E. W. Koberg. S.S. NW. Masses 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 9:3- Serv 8:45 10:45- Gen 8:30, 10 and 11. ' - erosity St Matthew - 1st ave., St. Marks (Aug.) 2100 1st 24th st. NE. Masses 5:45, 7, ave, NE. Richard W. Eng 8f 10 ii, Strom. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 8:30, Immaculate Conception - H- Ralph Akermark. 859 3rd ave. SE. Msgr. Mau- First - (ULCA) 1000 3rd rice S. Sheehy. Joseph F. ave. SE. T. A. Youngquist, Griffin, Everett J. Frese. W. F.- Moquin. S.S. 9:45. Masses 6, 7. 8. 9:30, 11, 12:15. Serv. 8:30, 11. Not Like v ' - -, Other- Men, CHRISTIAN. Concordia (Mo.) 4210 First 840 3rd ave. SE. Johnson . ave. NW. W.- D. Jack A. Oliver. S. S. 9:30. Marth. S.S. 8:45. Serv. 10 Serv. 8:30. Missing Heirs. Bethany (Mo.) 2202 For-Cedar 526 3rd ave. SW. est dr. SE. E. W. Wuggazer, Ernest S. Worden. S.S. 9:45. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 8:15. The Services 8:30, 10:50. The Rev. Roland Krekeler. Church Is Mission, the Rev. Our Saviors (ALC) 3634 Marvin Gee. 1st ave. NE. Richard H. Bam. S. S. 9:30. Serv. 8:15, CONGREGATIONAL. 10:45.' First 361 17th t SE. J. St Stephens (ELC) Richard Wagner. Next serv. Meadowbrook, 31st SE. N, Sept 6. L. Wogen. Serv. 8:30, 10. Bethany-1300 6th stNW. Hope-(ULCA) 2600 J st Mary. A. White. S.S. 9:30. SW. Richmond. Anderson. Serv. 8:30, 10:30. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 8:30. Good Shepherd (Wis.) CHURCH OF GOD IN 11510 2nd st SW. W. F. CHRIST. pprengeler. S.S. 9. Serv. 10. Emmanuel Tempi 10141 Zion (Mo.) Highway 150, 10th ave. SE. S. S. 19. Serv-Hiawatha. Gilbert' Meseke. Ice 12. . K5.S. 10:15. Serv. 9. FOOTNOTES. Designate! church from which Council of Churches broadcast originates Sundays. 11 ajn., KCRO. Abbreviations used. 8. 8. for Sunday, church and Bible school; Serv. (or worship services: Ive. lor tvenlnc services. Holy Redeemer (Aug 1915 E ave. NW. Cedric Loft-dahl, student. S.S. 9:30. Serv 10:45. The Two Sons. St. Andrews (ULCA Wright school. Office 400 Council NE. R. F. Parker. S.S., serv. 9:30. LATTER DAY SAINTS. Mormon 32nd, Dairy Dale ct SE. R. M. Winston, pres 5.5. 10:30. Serv. 8:30. Eve. 6:30. Reorganized 120 19th st SfE. Thomas N. Mortlmore. 5.5. 8:45. Serv. 10. METHODIST. St. Pauls 1340 3rd ave SE. Dr. Jackson Burns. Dr, H. Hughes Dill. Milton R Vogel. S.S. 9:30, 11. Serv, 30, 11. The Power of Confession. St James 1426 Ellis blvd. NW. Dr. Arthur F. Schuldt, S.S. 9. Serv. 8, 10. Kenwood 302 33rd st NE. Bernard G. Olson. S.S. 9. Services 8, 10. How many oaves Have You?, Dr. H. K. Dill. Bethel (AME) 512 6th st SE. E. L Johnson. S.S. 9:30, Serv. 11. Free 800 G ave. NW. George Koch. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 0:45. Eve. 7:30. Trinity 3rd ave. 5th st SW. Dr. Glenn Hartong. S.S. . Serv. 10. Paul: The Writings, Larry LaVclle. Wesleyan 2600 1st ave. NW. G. M. Hubby. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7:30. Asbury 336 27th ave. SW. ohn K. Moore. S.S. 10. Serv. 9. Society Flounders for Lack of Responsibility, she will speak at 10:30, when ence in Hartford, Conn., em-the Sunday school session or dinarily would be held. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. Eve. 7:30.1 Miss Navratil taught in Bei-Moslem Temple 1335 9th rut. She traveled throughout st NW. S.S. 8:45. , Serv. the Near East during vaca-Thursday, 8:30 p.m. tions . Cedar Hills Community God swill . (Reformed) 4980 Gordon ave.IwUjilflfrL' T0 Preside Sinclair 829 12th ave. SE. NW. Fred R. Buseman. S.S.. . Edward L. Beall. S.S. 9:45. serv. 10. The Rev. Charles At Naiarene Meeting Serv. 8:30. The Rev. Ralph Landis. Annual Iowa district as- B. Colton. Jehovahs Witnesses 1221 sembly of the Church of the Westminster 1285 3rd Center Point rd. NE. Public Nazarene will be held ave. SE. John P. Woods, talk 3. Is This Existence All Wednesday through Friday Frank Kuo. S.S. 9:30. Serv. There Is to Life? Watch- at the Iowa Nazarene camp 9:30, 11. Elements for Mak- tower 4:15. Meeting To- grounds, West Des Moines, ing a Family Whole. days Needs of the Sheep. Annual camp meeting of Hus Memorial 631 9th Pentecostal Evangelical the church will be held all ave. SE. Joseph Havlik. 629 I ave. NW. O. L. Kirk, next week. The Rev. Forrest 5.5. 10:30. Serv. 9:30. Ath- S.S. 9:45. Serv. 11. Eve. 7:45. E. Whitlatch, pastor of First eism of Christian People. Society of Friends (Quak- church of Cedar Rapids, will Knox 1525 Hollywood ers) YMCA chapel Serv. preside Saturday over the blvd. NE. William E. Pfeffer. 10:3- state meeting of the Naza- 5.5. 8:30. Serv. 9:45. Salvation Army 1123 3rdrene Young Peoples Society. Central Park-1700 B ave. E J E La!le' SS NE. Reuben Tjaden. S.S.10' Serv u Eve 7:40 .Srw In .ir Ro-Activating Your Priceless Gift TIP. Apostls Paul In a letter' to Timothy reminded th young preacher to rekindle th gift of God that was within him. The gift to which le referred was the gift of a spirit of power and love and self-control. Just why anyone would need to be reminded Jo rekindle Such a priceless gift Is hard to understand. The Important thing for us to understand and accept ia this: Timothy had inactivated hla priceless gift and we often do the same thing. Gods gift to all of His people is this same spirit of power end love and self-control. This gift is surely meant to be the Inheritance of all who put their trust in God through Jesus Christ. What ahould a person do when he realizes that he too has Inactivated his gift? Or, If he knows that this gift has never been active within him? There are 4 things. First, accept the fact that God loves you with an everlasting love and that Christ accepts you as His Child. Second, accept the fact that God did not give you the spirit of fear, you acquired U in other ways. Third, realize that the person God sees you to bs is a person with a spirit of power and love and aelf-con-trol. Fourth, begin to think, pray, live and act like the person God intends and wants you to be. Dear Lord and Father of mankind, forgive our foolish ways; Reclothe us in our rightful mind, In purer lives thy service find. In deeper reverence, praise. (Ffom a uerman delivered in Kenwood Presbyterian church, Cedar Rapids, by the Rev. Keith Taber.) Mountain Religions Toledo Girl Visited Snake Handlers By Virginia Speer. TOLEDO A study of Ken 1 tucky mountain religions, including snake handlers, was the experience this summer of Janice Vlasak of Toledo. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Vlasak, she recently returned from 4 weeks working with 13 other college students at the Red Bird mis sion of the Evangelical United Brethren church. After their days work was finished, the student-workers had a chance to get acquainted with the 250 students of the mission school. They conducted youth meetings on Wednesdays and church services on Sundays. They also visited other religious groups. Mountain folk, according to Miss Vlasak, practiced a very emotional type of religion. Hill-billy music with a religious theme was played on guitars, banjos and cymbals while the congregation shouted and swayed to the music. The snake handlers, she found, gather in cabins. After a great deal of shouting, a locked box would be pulled 10. Serv. 9. Sunshine Mission Henry The Speckled . , . ... . , Ax, the Rev. Jean Hauler. rnin8er' N1hty First - 310 5th st SE. Dr. . . Francis M. Pritchard. Har-L? Day Afveatls T old E. Butz. Serv. 9:30. 3424 ist a'Le NE,.E1, Hei' 'Playing the Fool or Keep- ner. Sch. Sat. 9:30. Serv. 11. Peoples Unitarian 6001 ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN Lutheran high school stu- Chrlst Church 2000 1st Eden Unite Church oil League leadership school which opened Sunday and ended ave. NW. Franklin T Jones. (E&R) 351 8th ave. today at Luther college in Decorah. Pastor Alden Hvidston S.S. 9. Serv. 10. I?; K- Schneider. S.S.jof Ridgeway was dean of the school, one of 19 being held 10:30. nationwide. Calvin Erskine school. )r. Alfred A. Kelsey. S.S. Center 1015 2nd 9. serv. 10. Christianizingave 3E Swanson. Annual picnic of the Amer- the Christian Serv. 11, Making a. Right Mean Lutheran Church area ' 'Choice. 2 Brotherhood will be held Sunday in Backbone state NAZARENE. First-1328 K st. SW. Forrest E. Whitlatch. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7:30. Oakland 1515 29th st. NE. Clayton Bailey. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7:30. , . ORTHODOX. St. George (Sy.) 1202 10th st SE. RL Rev. George Ghannam. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10, 11. St. Johns (Gr.) 501 A ave. NE, Basil Pantazes. S.S. 9:30. Liturgy 10:30. St. Johns (E.) 600 7th st SE. . PRESBYTERIAN. - Olivet-237 10th st NW. Robert J. MacDaneL - S.S. 8:30. Serv. 9:55. Getting to Know Him. - Kenwood 327 35th st NE. Keith Taber. S.S serv. 9. OTHER CHURCHES. . . Bahai Cetr-isio Ridjfr Morion Woman To Be !I,lrk-.,!n se.r lli-d wurr. SE. VtaJ Discussion Uor hu in Lamonf Church ol Brethren 1057 Mr" W,?r 1 Th. .v riel, 4th ave. SE. Russell Burriss.ranon w,u be a BlbIe stud' S.S. 9:30. Serv. 8:30. leader for the biennial con- Bei,aa, wno nas First Covenant 701 25th vention of the Iowa district mJDubuquerhafbeen St. NE. Richard Heim. S.S. of the Womens Missionary assigned to St. Matthews 9:30. Serv. 10:45. Why Are Federation of the American church In Cedar Rapids. You Afraid? Eve. 7. Un- Lutheran Church. derstandmg the Creation. I mM(lng fce Aogl Dr. R w. Thompson ve Roba7us1. sl1M9 Wartbur '8' Unlt' d PreSbyteri Serv. 11. EYe. 7:30. First Open Bible 1311 L&aes are expected, accord-jpe(jeraej church during the st SW. Neal B. Gail. S.S. ing to Ethel J. Zwanziger of pastors vacation. 45. Serv. 11. Eve. 7:45. Strawberry Point, the feder- Missionary Alliance 3412 ations first vice-president The Rev. Jean Hauter, Old Marion rd. NE. John Speakers will include Mrs. pastor of Marion Presby Creese. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Wilfred Bockelman, Colum- terian church, will speak Eve. 7:30. bus Ohio, a member of the Sunday in Cedar Rapids Cedar Hills Evangelical ALCuth board; Dr. Wil- Central Park church. Free 326 Lewellan dr. NW.K1?1 Nehrenz, Mexico City, r. u n rsietatcnn c director of Mexican mis- New novices at St. Clara a Man k: and Dorothy E. L. Dominican convent in Sin- Haas, Columbus, Ohio, na- sinawa, Wis., include Mary Greatly Beloved Covington Hugh Orch-Ltion ard. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:45. tional president of the feder- Catherine Zieser of Urbana novitiate in the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration at LaCrosse, Wis. They are Sister M. Christa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schmitt of Fort Atkinson,- and Sister M. Vernamae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hage-man of Festina. Mrs. Norbert J. Ean of Calmar will represent the Ossian deanery at the National Council of Catholic Women leadership institute next week at Marquette university. - Daily Vacation Bible Schools starting Monday in Cedar Rapids: First Covenant church. Mrs. R. L. Duwe of Gut-tenberg was re-elected president and Mrs. Anna Holtz of McGregor vice-president of the Elkader deanery Council of Catholic Women meeting Sunday in Garnavillo. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. out from under a bed end the snakes would be taken out. Only poisonous varieties were used, such as copperheads and rattlers. Th mountain folk believe that the snakes bite only unbelievers. There are supposed to be 40,000 hill folk who believe in the snake handlers. Miss Vlasak says, but only about 40 who actually handle the snakes. The rest are spectators only. She found the hill folk, mostly of Scotch-Irlih background, to be mostly friendly. The students were frequently invited Into homes for watermelon feasts. However, one night when they1 were returning from a church service they were pelted with green apples. Then a number of logs were found rolled onto the road the truck was taking. The students did their own laundry, but it proved expensive. Cows grazing in the field where the clothes were hung ate clothing off the line until they were relocated. Miss Vlasak will be senior this fall at Westmar college. She is considering becoming a mission teacher after graduation. Msgr. Donohoe Back For Fr. Kelly's Mast Special to Hi Oaietti. WILLIAMSBURG A native of Williamsburg preached the sermon Sunday for the first home-parish mass of the Rev. Columba Kelly, also a native of Williamsburg. He was the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Donohoe, now of Phoenix. Other officers of the mass included the Rev. J. J. Gaule, Williamsburg, and the Rev. Raymond Pascha, North English. The service was in St. Marys church. It was followed by a dinner at noon and Solemn Benediction in the afternoon. Father Kelly was ordained a year ago in Switzerland. Resignation of Kalona Pastor Is Announced Special to Th Qftzettg. KALONA The Rev. T. R. Van Der Veer, pastor of the United Christian and Baptist church, has resigned effective Sept. 1, He has accepted a call to the United Christian and Baptist church in Duluth, Minn. The Van Der Veers will move there in early September. and Katherine Burke andjaiter Leckband have moved Sharon Strang of Walker. The Rev. Marvin Gee, Mu,qBhQ;i Anemblyman , .... S.S. 9:45. Serv. 11. Eve. 7:30.1 Talks Sunday in C.R. organizing pastor of Noel-Central Church o! Christ Ellsworth Blackwell of Chi- ridge Christian church In 1500 .1st ave. NW. Dan H. cago, a member of the Bahai Cedar Rapids, will speak Woodroof. S.S. 9:30. Serv. National Spiritual Assembly,! Sunday In Cedar Christian 10:30. Eve. 7:30. will speak Sunday in Cedar Christs Sanctified Holy Rapids 1230 15th st. SE. S.S. .10. His talk will be given at Serv. 11. Eve. 8. 8 p.m. at the Bahai Center, Church of God of Prophecy 716 8th ave. SW. Theodore Clemens. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. Eve. 7 Christian Science 1242 2nd ave. SE. S.S., serv. 1L Spirit. Interdenominational 225 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. church. Noelridge church will begin services next month in Noelridge scbooL Preachers Kid, a film 1810 Ridgewood Terrace SE. His topic: Americas Spir-I produced by Gospel Films of itual Destiny. Muskegon, Mich,, will be A former student at the shown Sunday at 8 p.m. in University of Iowa, Mr. Cedar Hills Evangelical Blackwell is an. .insurance Free church. Cedar Rapids executive. He spent 4 years in Haiti organising Bahai Two Eastern' Iowa na-teaching activities there, j lives have completed their v t from Garrison to Terra Bella, Calif. Pastor Leckband served 43 yiJars in thelninis-try the last 4 at St. Marks Lutheran in Garrison. , TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 111 Ayg. si I4IHSMW. torriog 1.1 i t It 44 A. M. liMa CImmi 4 4ar School t.N A. M. Fsoto a Kobori Tho Chorcli of (ho lothoroo Hour fVJRYONl WRCOMI , ST. PAULS METHODIST CHURCH Third Atom at j . Foortoooth S(. SE SERMON BY Riv. Milton ft. Vogti THE POWER OF CONFESSION Church School Ail Grades, 8:30 a m. Church School . Through Primary, II a.m. rt RAPES HTTJTCOUNCaTl A

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